FABLED HUNTERS

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Isabelle has one goal: Win the king’s tournament and become the next Fabled Hunter. But when she meets Jack and Silvan, Isabelle’s life becomes a lot more complicated.

Jack is daring, kind, and shares Isabelle’s passion for becoming a Hunter. Silvan is mysterious, reserved, and unbelievably gorgeous. Both men have dark pasts, and both hide secrets.

Does Isabelle have the determination and grit it will take to win? Who can she trust? Nothing is as it seems in this fairy tale world, and betrayal has dire consequences.

“I love the clever use of familiar fables that helps the reader understand or guess at outcomes without unnecessary explanations. Fun read!”

“The ending was something I didn’t see coming and I can’t wait for the second one to come out!”

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As a Fabled Hunter, Isabelle has sworn to serve and protect the Provinces, and she’s eager to prove herself. But when Jack Frost unleashes his icy powers on the kingdom, Isabelle is ordered to hunt him down.

Isabelle is conflicted between her duties as a Hunter and her desire to protect her former friend. Guided by the mysterious Silvan, she discovers a dangerous world of beasts, dark magic and demons as she struggles to understand her new responsibilities as a Fabled Hunter. Friends become enemies and unlikely alliances are formed.

What secrets does Silvan hide? Can Jack’s curse be lifted? And can Isabelle protect her friends while still protecting her heart?

Author note: When I was a teen, I used to tell my little sister stories about a dragon that lived in the woods that surrounded our home. Those stories inspired Fabled. I liked watching it take a life of its own. I always have an outline that I try to follow, but it’s fun watching the characters deviate from that path, giving the story fun twists. I’ve been told that it has a similar blend of fantasy adventure to that of the Princess Bride, but I’d say it most closely resembles the Grimm’s fairy tales, as I’ve used many elements from those tales and wove them into my story.